We're utilizing dunnage bags for that installation. By cutting them open we installed small modules consisting of air pressure and gyro sensors, high power LEDs and a Qi-Loader. Kai hacked a leaf blower with a custom 3D printed adapter to fill the bags.
If people don't understand the causality of action and effect right away, they tend to either give up or investigatively (ab-)use the pillows.
To tackle this, we need to design more obvious visual links between audio and light, as well as more immediate and distinct feedback for possible interactions.
When it comes to party people and kids, „highly durable“ is not enough. Calling the project Pillowfight didn't help either. We experienced quite a few leaks in the first roll-out, that, although easily repaired, required quite some maintenance on site.
If we want an independent, reliable product, this needs to be fixed. Luckily, there's even more durable versions of the cargo bags, as well as the idea to try Lamzacs, that we are eager to test.
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